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2024 Road National Champions index

2024 Road National Champions index

Picture 1 of 4 Luke Plapp (Jayco-AlUla) holds the gold medal of the Australian national road race champion for the third year in a row(Image credit: Con Chronis / AusCycling) Ruby Roseman-Gannon wins elite women’s road race title(Image credit: Josh Chadwick / AusCycling) Nicole Stienmetz and Kristin Faulkner, women’s U23 and Women’s Elite winners.(Image credit: […]

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The Coros Dura computer showing the Battery Usage screen

Less than 1% battery life used in a three-hour ride: New Coros Dura computer is a gamechanger

As first-world problems go, there aren’t many that cyclists will be more familiar with than kitting up for a ride, only to find that your bike computer’s battery is flat just as you’re about to head out the door. If not that, then it’s the anxiety of an old computer’s battery draining from full to

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The time for all cars is over: how does Paris encourage walking and cycling?

The time for all cars is over: how does Paris encourage walking and cycling?

This article was originally published in English From big picnics to car-free days and new cycle paths, Paris is accelerating its sustainable transport initiatives. ADVERTISEMENT It’s a beautiful day. The sun illuminates the white squares of the picnic canvas that runs from the Arc de Triomphe to Avenue George V. The traffic lights still change

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Eva Cordioli: “cycling has allowed women to find their independence, to live their daily lives and their time freely” - 50 - 50 Magazine50 – 50 Magazine

Eva Cordioli: “cycling has allowed women to find their independence, to live their daily lives and their time freely” – 50 – 50 Magazine50 – 50 Magazine

In 1817, the first two-wheeled vehicle was created, first under the name of the Draisienne and then the Vélocipède, an expensive invention that only men could appropriate. Women waited until 1868 to get on bicycles with a low frame compatible with the wearing of their long dresses which began to shorten to prevent the fabric

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Together by bike – The story of the itinerant journey from Morbihan to Paris

Published on06/16/2024has08:00 What are you doing this week-end ? A banal question so often heard. The answer is less common: we are going to Paris by bike, a week of roaming… Like so many others, the Morbihan group decided to participate in “Together by bike”; the gentlemen, when asked, had politely declined the invitation but

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Mark Cavendish has received a knighthood

Mark Cavendish knighted in King’s Birthday Honors ahead of final Tour de France

Cycling’s best-ever sprinter Mark Cavendish has been knighted and will take aim at a record 35th Tour de France stage win later this year as Sir Mark Cavendish. Cavendish received the knighthood as part of the 2024 King’s Birthday Honors in the UK for his outstanding contribution to cycling, charity work, and role as a

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Strasbourg: 10 streets which remain dangerous for cyclists and which urgently need to be improved

Strasbourg: 10 streets which remain dangerous for cyclists and which urgently need to be improved

By Camille Bresler Published on June 14, 2024 at 5:49 p.m. ; updated June 14, 2024 at 5:56 p.m. See my news Follow News Strasbourg Classified second most cycle-friendly city in France according to the French Federation of Bicycle Users (FUB), Strasbourg is famous for its bicycles in all directions and its endless cycle paths.

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Zébullo celebrates its 5th anniversary, 80 new high-autonomy bikes deployed

Zébullo celebrates its 5th anniversary, 80 new high-autonomy bikes deployed

This Friday, June 14, the self-service electric bicycle network in Reims (Marne), Zébullo, is celebrating its fifth anniversary. The opportunity to integrate 80 new bikes into the fleet: their autonomy will increase from 20 to 70 kilometers. It is a symbolic date for Zébullo, the network of 220 self-service electric bikes. With their intense blue,

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